noughts and crosses
Noughts and crosses, also known as X's and O's is a game for all ages. This kids' game has been around forever and continues to be a favourite.
There are many moves made in noughts and crosses that will end with a lost game, but played correctly, you can never lose! Each player takes a turns to add either an O or a X to the board. The first player to line up three of their symbol in a row wins.
- Make sure you pay attention while playing, one wrong move will spell disaster!
- Always look to win or block a win move first.
- Try to think what your opponent is likely to do after your move and out-guess them.
- As a rule, the player who goes first has the highest chance of winning. Being there are nine squares, the first player has an opportunity to mark their symbol in five of them, while the second player can only get four.
Size of the board: 20cm x 20cm